OCW Six Flags Amusement Park

The  American Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors program hosted nearly 1,000 wounded warriors and their families at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio on Sept. 21.
The American Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors program hosted nearly 1,000 wounded warriors and their families at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio on Sept. 21.
Audrey Ordway, 4, sports her new hat during the  American Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors picnic at Six Flags Fiesta Texas on Sept. 21.
Audrey Ordway, 4, sports her new hat during the American Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors picnic at Six Flags Fiesta Texas on Sept. 21.
Carol Evans of Post 579 volunteers during the  American Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors picnic at Six Flags Fiesta Texas on Sept. 21.
Carol Evans of Post 579 volunteers during the American Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors picnic at Six Flags Fiesta Texas on Sept. 21.
Children of wounded warriors could play games after the picnic at Six Flags Fiesta Texas.
Children of wounded warriors could play games after the picnic at Six Flags Fiesta Texas.
Lt. Col. Eric Edwards, the commander of the Warrior Transition Battalion at Brooke Army Medical Center, welcomes the soldiers and their families.
Lt. Col. Eric Edwards, the commander of the Warrior Transition Battalion at Brooke Army Medical Center, welcomes the soldiers and their families.
Lt. Col. Eric Edwards presents Legion staff member James Ellison with a certificate of appreciation.
Lt. Col. Eric Edwards presents Legion staff member James Ellison with a certificate of appreciation.
Attendees received an OCW backpack, T-shirt and cap.
Attendees received an OCW backpack, T-shirt and cap.
Kevin Wear and his daughter, Savanah, 5, explore the park after the  American Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors picnic at Six Flags Fiesta Texas on Sept. 21.
Kevin Wear and his daughter, Savanah, 5, explore the park after the American Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors picnic at Six Flags Fiesta Texas on Sept. 21.
Adam Sturdevant enjoys the park with his son, Alexander, 7, after the  American Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors picnic.
Adam Sturdevant enjoys the park with his son, Alexander, 7, after the American Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors picnic.
Adam Sturdevant enjoys the park with his son, Alexander, 7, and wife, Emily, and younger son, Ethan, 19 months.
Adam Sturdevant enjoys the park with his son, Alexander, 7, and wife, Emily, and younger son, Ethan, 19 months.

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